SCHOOL OF BIBLE AND THEOLOGY

Biblical Studies
Hermeneutics

BH100   Introduction to the Bible     3 hours
A course designed to provide an overview of the basic features of the Bible. Special emphasis is given to its purpose, its inspiration, its authority, its message, its basic divisions, its fundamental teachings about God, creation, man, sin, redemption, law, grace, end-time events, and the covenants.

BH104   Biblical Interpretation I: Principles of Biblical Interpretation     2 hours
An analytical study of the basic principles of interpretation as revealed in the biblical text. The normal, literal hermeneutic will be contrasted with competing views of hermeneutics for the Postmodern, Emergent Church, Covenant-Reformed, and Progressive Dispensational positions.

BH201   Biblical Interpretation II: Dispensationalism     2 hours
An analytical study and biblical defense of dispensational theology as it is coherently and progressively revealed in the text of Scripture.

BH202   Biblical Interpretation III: Issues in Eschatology     2 hours
An analytical study of the eschatological themes of the Bible with a particular emphasis upon Israel, the Church, the tribulation, the millennium, and eternity.